YANK TY 1945 10 26 (PDF)




Vol. 1 No. 5

Cover: Ginza Shopper — The shops along the Ginza, the Fifth Avenue of Japan, are practically empty but Fred Fulmer, S1c, managed to find some Japanese dolls to take home with him to Newberry, S. C. Sgt. George Burns, YANK photographer, got this shot along Tokyo’s Main Stem. ……. Articles Inside: …

Occupation — After years of shooting Japs and being shot at, most GIs find their work in Japan a little bit odd. By Sgt. Knox Burger

Insurance — GI Life Insurance — what it is and what you can do with it after your discharge, has puzzled a lot of soldiers. Here YANK tries to untangle some knots. By Sgt. Max Novack

Dublin, Erie — American soldiers find a rare Gaelic welcome in the city by the Liffey, and the Irish are not beyond telling a GI on furlough what the States are like. By Edmund Antrobus

TVA ( Photo Report ) By Sgt. George Aarons and Sgt. Burgess Scott

The Sad Sack by Sgt George Baker

Fascinating Military Mysteries II — The Ghost on the U.S.S. Gnarf. By Pfc. Charles Peterson

Stars Fell on Cpl. Bains


Small Business—Man on Luzon — Anecito Domingo was a jeweler and a furniture maker before the Japs came. Now he fashions stainless—steel watchbands for GIs and plans a new start in Liberated Tacloban. By Sgt. Marion Hargrove

Mail Call

Strictly GI

YANK Pin—up Girl: Frances Rafferty

Candy Jones By Sgt. Al Hine

The Picnic of Cell Block 7 By Sgt. James Dugan

Olympic Prospects By Sgt. Tom Shehan ( Olympic Games Revival )